Features

15 June 2017 - Bundles of Joy

Project bundling is an exciting but complex concept for many governments in North America. Dan Colombini reports on why this approach has been slow to gain traction across the region Read more...

15 June 2017 - Lifting all Boats

The two-day P3 Hub West conference highlighted how a pipeline is emerging thanks to public sector agencies taking practical measures to deliver projects, reports David Keniry Read more...

15 June 2017 - Climbing the Ladder

Healthcare projects are the focus for a number of Latin American countries as they look to boost their international standing. Marina Formoso takes a look at the plans Read more...

15 June 2017 - Public Speaking

The third annual P3 Hub Canada in Vancouver saw various public sector officials gather to share their thoughts in a series of roundtables. Read more...

15 June 2017 - Speeding Up

Julyana Yokota, director, global infrastructure ratings, S&P Global Ratings Read more...

15 June 2017 - A Mixed Bag

Mark Romoff, president and CEO, the Canadian Councill for Public-Private Partnerships Read more...

15 June 2017 - Food for Thought

Michael Athanason, managing director, Berkeley Research Group Read more...

18 April 2017 - Pain of the Same

Geoff Eisenacher, VP of Partnership Development, Corvias Read more...

18 April 2017 - The Second Act

With all the talk of President Donald Trump’s infrastructure plans dominating the headlines, Dan Colombini takes a look at how the Performance-Based Building Coalition’s work may end up being the driver for real P3 growth in the coming years Read more...

18 April 2017 - So Far So Good

John Parkinson, executive director, Association for the Improvement of American Infrastructure Read more...

18 April 2017 - In the Bank

Chantal Sorel, managing director, and Denis Crevier, senior vice president of investment management, SNC-Lavalin Capital Read more...

18 April 2017 - Tidy Concept

Trevor D’Olier-Lees, senior director, global infrastructure ratings, S&P Global Ratings Read more...

18 April 2017 - Catch-22

Puerto Rico is ready to make a comeback after several years of pain. Marina Formoso reports that P3s are a central part of its plans for prosperity, but asks whether the private sector is ready to lend a hand Read more...

18 April 2017 - Planning for Success

One of the biggest barriers to success in P3 projects has often been a lack of sufficient planning. Marina Formoso discusses how these issues can be resolved with a group of experts from across Latin America Read more...

18 April 2017 - Built to Last?

P3 deals are meant to be partnerships for the long-term. Our survey raises some interesting questions Read more...

22 February 2017 - It's All About Transparency

Marcelo Tabak, project structuring manager, Rio de Janeiro City Hall Read more...

22 February 2017 - On the Rise

Scott Boardman, acting executive director, West Coast Infrastructure Exchange Read more...

22 February 2017 - Across the Pond

Szilvia Doczi, senior economist, Arup Read more...

22 February 2017 - A Decent Proposal

With a growing list of US public sector agencies championing the use of unsolicited proposals, Dan Colombini reports on their rise in popularity across the region – and why they have failed to take off in Canada Read more...

22 February 2017 - New Year's Evolution

With a new year in the enigmatic US P3 industry now underway, Dan Colombini speaks to some leading private sector experts for their wishlist to unlock the P3 genie in 2017 Read more...

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More than just roads

Transportation was once the only option for P3 in the US, but the country is slowly developing a much more diverse pipeline

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Lending a Hann

Dan Colombini talks to Macquarie’s Nicholas Hann about issues facing North American infrastructure and how the firm views the future of the market

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